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Quick Disconnect Connectors

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

C.E. Precision Assemblies has developed a series of high power quick disconnect connectors and adapters called HPQD. They follow the concept of the SMP (GPO) connectors and are rated to 300 watts, CW at 7 GHz. The connectors are HPQD(M), HPQD(M) 90 degree, and HPQD(F)(BK) to 0.180 microporous semi-rigid....

GaAs Power Amplifier

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

Hittite Microwave introduces a highly efficient Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor (HBT) MMIC Power Amplifier, which operates between 3 and 4 GHz is packaged in a low cost, surface mount 8 leaded MSOP package with an exposed base for improved RF and thermal performance. The HMC327MS8G provides 21 dB of gain and +30 dBm of saturated power at 45% PAE from a +5 V supply....

Oscilloscope With Debug and Analysis Capabilities

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

Tektronix announced a new oscilloscope that provides engineers designing high-speed digital systems with advanced debug and analysis capabilities. The TDS6604 digital storage oscilloscope is Tektronix' second generation, high-performance Silicon Germanium (SiGe) instrument. The TDS6604 gives customers the necessary performance to confront a higher level of signal integrity issues in next-gen digital design and a suite of tools to accelerate...

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D/A Converter

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

Signal Processing Technologies (SPT) announces the SPT5420, an octal 13-bit, parallel input, voltage output, digital-to-analog converter (DAC) tailored for automatic test equipment. With its very low power dissipation (195 mW), ultrafast setting time (15 μs to ± 0.5 LSB. The SPT5420 is pin-copatible with Analog Devices' AD7839....

Single Pole Double Throw RFIC Switch

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

California Eastern Laboratories (CEL) has added another miniature Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) switch to its line of NEC GaAs RFICs. The UPG2006TB features low, 1.8V control voltage making it ideal for use in next generation cellular phones, PCS and other L and S Band handset designs. Developed for transmit/receive, antenna diversity and power level control switching applications, key specifications include a control voltage of 1....

Micro Miniature Bypass Coaxial Switch

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

Dow-Key Microwave's Micro Miniature Bypass Switch (P/N 411F-2308) performs from DC to 3 GHz with upgrade capability to 18 GHz. DC Characteristics include 22-32 VDC (28 VDC nominal operating current is 250 mA typical @ 20°C) operation. Equipped with a failsafe actuator, this switch has an operating speed of 15 ms (max)....

Miniature BNC Connector

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

Trompeter Electronics announced the introduction of the UCBBJR250-G, a new right-angle, miniature BNC connector designed to address the issue of reducing size and improving density of OEM equipment. This addition to Trompeter's 250 M-BNC Series enables a 40% increase in connector density, and is ideal for high reliability data rate applications such as telco Central Office DS3....

High Power Combiner/Divider

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

MECA introduces a compact, 100 watt Wilkinson power combiner/divider designed for use in AMPS, TDMA, CDMA, GSM and CDPD systems applications operating over the 0.800 - 1.000 GHz frequency range. The H804-4-0.900 (4-way, N-Female) is ideally suited for high power combining applications and will handle 25 watts input per channel (× 4) as a combiner and 100 watts total as a divider into load VSWR of 2....

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Microwave Frequency Relays

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

CII Technologies has completed the development of the MW3HP, MW4HP and MW6HP, high performance microwave frequency relays with 3, 4 and 6 GHz capabilities respectively, offering extended temperature ratings of -65°C to +125°C while providing 30G's vibration and 100G's shock environmental ratings....

Coax Connectors

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

HARWIN launched a range of Micro-Miniature Coax Connectors (MMCX) to support the increasing demand for smaller RF applications. Ideally suited to densely populated electronic packages, the MMCX series provides significant space savings, whilst maintaining good RF characteristics/performance. Cable-to-board and cable-to-cable configurations can be accommodated....

Spectrum Administration Software

January 7, 2002 5:35 am | Comments

To make optimum use of radio frequencies without disturbing other users, the research laboratories of ATDI have developed a software solution called ICS Manager. The function of ICS Manager is to manage the radio frequencies used by all types of existing microwave radio networks. Operating with terrestrial, fixed and mobile networks, but also with networks using satellite links, ICS Manager provides a means to address the growing needs of d...

Base Station Antennas

January 7, 2002 3:47 am | Comments

Radio Waves announces the availability of new Pro-Vider series base station antennas. The Pro-Vider series of antennas are designed for cost-sensitive applications where performance and reliability are required. These 60 and 90-degree sectors offer an exceptional value for point-to-multipoint systems in the ISM band of 2....

Assembly Systems

January 7, 2002 3:47 am | Comments

Palomar Technologies, the leading manufacturer of automated high-precision assembly systems for broadband communications, announces that in-situ UV (Ultraviolet) curing is available on Palomar automated precision assembly die bonding equipment. With in-situ UV curing, parts that are too delicate to move are set in place immediately and cured with a UV catalyzed epoxy to avoid drifting out of position....

I/O Expanders

January 7, 2002 3:47 am | Comments

Microchip Technology Inc. announced today its expansion into the low-end or "thin client" Controller Area Network (CAN) applications market with its family of Input/Output Expanders supporting the CAN protocol. With the increase in network subsystems being networked together for size, cost and reliability issues, there is a need for devices that do not require full support by a Higher Layer Protocol (HLP), as, for example, is the ca...

Single-Supply ADC Buffer Amplifiers

January 7, 2002 3:47 am | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX4434--MAX4437 single-supply, ultra-low distortion, fast-settling, 180 MHz operational amplifiers in a 5-pin SOT23 package. Featuring low -98 dBc SFDR (at 1 MHz), fast 35ns 0.0015% settling time, and high 116 dB open-loop gain, these op amps are ideal for buffering today's high-speed, high-performance 14- and 16-bit ADCs in precision instrumentation and industrial applications....

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